New Delhi The second wave of corona virus infection in India now seems to be slowing down, but the threat still remains intact. Corona infection has broken into the country due to disaster, due to which about 2.23 lakh people have lost their lives so far. Meanwhile, it is a matter of relief that many major cities and states, including the national capital, have recorded a decline in daily cases. Many states including Delhi, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand are churning out on the exemption in lockdown.
Nearly 60 percent of the total cases of infection are coming from only four states. Maharashtra still leads with 20295 cases. Apart from this, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu are in the second, third and fourth position respectively. Karnataka and Kerala are also witnessing more than 20 thousand corona infection cases every day.
– Corona’s broken chain from these states
In the national capital Delhi, 956 new cases of infection were reported, which is the lowest in the last two months. The infection rate has come down to 1.19 percent. On Saturday, 1,640 new cases of infection with the Corona virus were reported in Madhya Pradesh. Bihar is witnessing a gradual decline in new cases of corona virus infection.
In the last 24 hours, 1491 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported and 48 more patients died. At the same time, 687 new cases of Kovid-19 occurred in the last 24 hours in Jharkhand.
– Corona maintains speed here
In India, 1,65,918 new cases of Corona Varayas were reported on Saturday. The number of cases registered a day earlier was 1.74 lakh. Saturday was the third consecutive day when the cases were below 2 lakh. Cases have been reported in all states except the North-East. While 1,007 new cases were reported in Manipur, 497 new cases were registered in Arunachal Pradesh.
– Know where restrictions have been increased
Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Goa have announced to increase the lockdown or other restrictions from Monday to next one week to one fortnight in view of the rising cases of corona. The Puducherry government has decided to extend the lockdown in the Union Territory by June 7. Tamil Nadu has already extended the lockdown till June 7.